Friday, 30 April 2010

Sci-Fi London

Currently taking place in our nation's great capital is the Sci-Fi London festival. Starting on Wednesday just gone and finishing on Monday May 3rd, the theme for this years festival is Life in 2050. Now, I'll be honest with you, I like a bit of science fiction, but I'm not immersed enough in the genre to have heard of this festival before this year. Making my ignorance appear even worse is it seems to be quite a big festival. So when I tell you that on Saturday at 1 PM I will be appearing on a panel called Future Publishing you might be surprised. When I think about how little I know about publishing in 2010 let alone 2050, so am I. Fortunately, if you go to the website you will see that the other panel guests look pretty good so, hopefully, they'll take up my slack. If you're attending the festival or in the area, then you might like to pop by and watch me make a fool of myself in public.


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Wednesday, 21 April 2010

UniComics

This Saturday, I am exhibiting at the new Unicomics Festival taking place at The University of Hertfordshire in Hatfield. I will be sharing my table space with Peet Clack and Andrew Cheverton where I will be selling copies of Book of Lists and premiering part 12 of There's No Time Like The Present. Also, during the afternoon, I'm appearing on a panel about Autobiography in Comics. The event looks pretty good so if you're in the area please pop by and say hello.
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Saturday, 17 April 2010

TNTLTP 12 is go Go GO!

Part 12 of my long comic, or 'graphic novel', There's No Time Like The Present is now available for sale for £2.50. This is the penultimate issue to years of hard, and not so hard, work. To buy a copy, please use the Paypal link on my website. Or contact me here for alternative methods of payment. To buy previous parts or if you're an international customer, then please visit The Shop. Price includes P&P to the UK.


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Wednesday, 7 April 2010

Penultimate TNTLTP Nearly Here

The penultimate part of There's No Time Like The Present is on its way to the printers and should be ready in time for the first Unicon event at the UniComics Festival taking place in Hatfield on April 24th. In the meantime, here's the finished cover for you to look at.




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